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Roger Waters Reviews

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Average customer review: 3.0 star rating (3.0 Stars)

Number of reviews: 74



5.0 star rating from Dallas, Texas


the whole show was great his voice was was amassing for his age i never was able to see pink Floyd while they were together which sucks for me because grew up listening to them in high school and Rodger and DAVID cant patch things up i was there for the music and not his politico side of his show but the vision side of his show was outstanding the place was packed my hope is he is with us as he is 79 and kicking ass

5.0 star rating Victor Valdez from Dallas, Texas


I have seen Pink Floyd in 1994 and roger waters by himself this is my 4th time and never been disappointed. If you don’t see this concert you will regret it.

5.0 star rating Greg from Dallas, Texas


I believe that show in Dallas just reminded how awesome PF is. I came in expecting the politics because that is what he does. I agreed to some but not all of his thoughts. I liked how he talked about Syd and how PF came all together. I left with a friend of mine blown away

4.0 star rating David Harper from Toronto, Ontario


Mmmmm. I was with 8 of my friends all in separate sections. I was in the upper bowl with 3 friends. One veteran concert goer named Frenchie thought this Waters show was the worst he had seen out of the three he had seen.. he had seen David Gilmour at Massey twice and Floyd 3 times He said he witnessed muddled sound, a level of hypocrisy by an older british white guy! (Waters) an obstructed view of the stage and a sense of depression from the overall tone..and he hated the version of "comfortably numb " All valid I was happy to be out and i enjoyed the stunning visuals and the immense effort to build that stage.. Money sung by two women was a treat as was the respect accorded Syd Barrett Next is nick masons " saucerful of secrets" at Massey

4.0 star rating Aaron Seefeldt from Chicago, Illinois


Roger was at his best in Chicago a few nights ago. His voice is great as is his enthusiasm! The music was 5+ stars with deep Floyd cuts like Two Suns in the Sunset as well as older solo songs like The Powers That Be and The Bravery Of Being Out Of Range. It was a bit too much with his constant messages on the screens crying bloody murder and the rich stealing from & killing the poor… meanwhile T-shirts were $50 & $60 and the seats were $250! A bit hypocritical! I’ve been a Floyd & Waters solo music fan my whole life and the music was absolutely awesome! Go for the music & enjoy it

4.0 star rating Barb from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


As always he's very Emotionally touching. I really enjoyed this show but I have to say the Us and Them tour was better. I was crying off and on. A little sad thinking this is probably his last tour.

4.0 star rating E. Douglas Pratt from Atlanta, Georgia


Many attest Roger Waters' dramatic rock pageant in Atlanta, Saturday, August 21, 2022 took them back to the New Left of the 1960s and '70s. But for those who have retained their Hippie values and remain active in social justice causes, Roger Waters' art show was another sign that we're still making major progress. Lean-muscled and agile as an athlete, Roger is a living symbol of the healthier world we're creating. His thick longish hair frames a face more handsome with age. His stage presence is thoughtful and wise, then vigorously animated with dramatic gestures. It's clearly Rogers' show; his band in low profile provides virtuoso rock precision. The lead guitarist's solos were stunning demonstrations of nuance and power. The drummer inserted unexpected triplets and other percussive surprises ranging from delicate to monstrous. Multi-media visuals pushed the show over the top and brought "wow"s from the huge crowd. The staging...there was no stage in the expected sense...was theater-in-the-round. Band close-ups were projected on 8 screens in a circle above the perfomance area. Now picture a 20-foot pig floating around the arena gliding eye-to-eye with the balcony guests, doing cartwheels and barrel-rolls over the floor seats. This was rock theater at its raucous, artistic, New Left best. Thank you, Roger!

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